Our Tours

Source of faith – Sunday arrival

price from $555

Sunday

Arrival at Ben Gurion Airport, where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.

Overnight Tel Aviv

 

Monday

Caesarea/Muhraka/Megiddo/Acre

Depart Tel-Aviv and drive along the coastal plain to Caesarea, once the Roman capital of the region; visit the excavations of the ancient city, the Roman theatre, and aqueduct.

Proceed to Muhraka, the site of confrontation between Elijah and the prophets of Baal; enjoy the spectacular view of the Jezreel Valley and the Lower Galilee. Continue to Megiddo, identified as the site of Armageddon; learn the impressive history of this battlefield as you visit the archaeological excavations including the well-preserved water supply system. On to Acre to visit the remarkable underground Crusader city and crypt; walk through the Old City recognized by UNESCO as world heritage site, the local market, and harbor.

Continue to Kibbutz Lavi for overnight.

 

Tuesday

Tiberias/Capernaum/Banias

After a short tour of Tiberias, enjoy a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee; visit the Yigal Alon center where the “Jesus Boat”, an ancient fishing boat from the 1st century, is displayed. Continue to Capernaum to visit the remains of the 2nd-century synagogue. Stop at Tabgha, the site of the Miracle of Fish and Loaves, and visit the Church of Multiplication with its 4th-century mosaic floor. Proceed to Mount of Beatitudes, the place where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Drive to the Banias Springs and tour the Golan Heights.

Return to Kibbutz Lavi for overnight.

 

Wednesday

Cana/Nazareth/Beit Shean

Drive to Cana to visit the Wedding Church, where Jesus performed his first miracle turning water into wine. Continue to Nazareth to visit the Church of Annunciation, Joseph’s Workshop and Mary’s Well. Proceed to Yardenit, the baptismal site on the Jordan River. Next, stop at Beit Shean to visit the newly excavated Roman city and amphitheater. Drive along the Jordan Valley to Jerusalem for overnight.

 

Thursday

Jerusalem – Old City

Drive to Mount of Olives for a panoramic view of the city. Visit the Church of All Nations, King David’s Tomb and the Room of Last Supper on Mt. Zion. Enter the Old City; walk through the Cardo, the ancient Roman road; visit the Jewish and Christian quarters; view the Temple Mount; walk along the Via Dolorosa and the oriental Bazaar to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Next, drive to the Garden Tomb and enjoy the beautiful gardens and peaceful ambiance.

Overnight in Jerusalem.

 

Friday

Jerusalem – New City and Bethlehem

Drive to Ein Karem to visit the Church of Visitation. Proceed to Yad Vashem, the memorial to the Holocaust. Visit the Israel Museum, the Shrine of the Book, where the Dead Sea Scrolls are housed, and the model of Jerusalem as it was during the Second Temple period.

Proceed to Bethlehem*, the birthplace of Jesus: Visit Shepherds’ field and walk through Manger Square to visit the remarkable Church of the Nativity. Return to Jerusalem.

Overnight in Jerusalem.

 

Saturday

Qumran/Masada/Dead Sea

Drive through the Judean Desert to the Qumran caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found. Continue along the shores of the Dead Sea to Masada, the last stronghold of the Jews after the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 A.D. Ascend Masada by cable car and tour the mountain fortress built by King Herod; visit the remains of the walls, water cistern and Herod’s Palace; descend by cable car.

Continue to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. Enjoy the opportunity to float in the buoyant water and cover yourself with the mineral-rich mud, believed to have therapeutic effects.

Return to Jerusalem for overnight.

 

Sunday

Transfer to Ben Gurion Airport

 

*Visit subject to the security conditions.

  • Meeting & Assistance at the airport upon arrival.
  • Arrival & departure transfers.
  • 6 full days of sightseeing in a deluxe air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Professional government licensed English speaking guide.
  • Full Israeli breakfast and dinner daily.
  • All entrance fees (gratuities not included).
  • 7 night accommodation using hotel plan of your choice.
Lavi
Kibbutz Lavi

The Kibbutz Lavi Hotel began in 1962 as a group of houses in the kibbutz. Shortly after, it became a very small hotel. Today the Kibbutz Lavi Hotel boasts 184 rooms, including suites, deluxe rooms, and garden rooms, as well as a lovely restaurant, a spacious lobby, and halls of various sizes equipped with audio-visual equipment.

Dan Panorama JRS
Dan Panorama Jerusalem

The Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem with its dignified architecture and honey-colored Jerusalem stone exterior resonates with the spirit of this legendary city. One of Jerusalem’s favorite hotels, the Dan Panorama Hotel, boasts an exceptional location that enables you to explore Jerusalem’s multifaceted attractions simply by stepping outside. Across the road from the Dan Panorama Hotel Jerusalem is the splendid Bloomfield Garden that is one of the largest parks in Jerusalem and from which you overlook the city. At the end of the park is the famous Yemin Moshe neighborhood. The neighborhood was established in 1891 by Moses Montefiore and was the first Jewish district build outside the walls of Jerusalem. Towering high above the red roofed houses is the Montefiore Windmill which provided cheap flour to the residents and today is a museum that showcases Montefiore’s vision.

Dan Panorama TLV
Dan Panorama Tel Aviv

The Dan Panorama Hotel offers easy access to everywhere you want to be. Across the street is the Mediterranean sea and within minutes you find yourself on an inviting sandy beach with warm and clear waters. For a truly Mediterranean experience, explore the Carmel market – one of the largest open markets in Israel that has a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as meats, fish and baked goods. Also nearby is the Neve Tzedek neighborhood which was the first Jewish neighborhood built outside of the walls of Jaffa. Neve Tzedek has a village feel to it, filled with small alleyways and boutique stores to peruse. A leisurely stroll along the waterfront promenade to the north will lead you to the Tel-Aviv Port. The Port is the city’s newest entrainment hub and has outstanding restaurants, shops and nightclubs. The promenade to the south will take you to Jaffa which is famous for its association with the biblical stories of Jonah, Solomon, and Saint Peter as well as the mythological story of Andromeda and Perseus. Its ancient port has been in use since the Bronze Age and you can still watch the fishermen going out to sea.

Grand Court
Grand Court Jerusalem

Your Host in the Holy City, The Grand Court is the ideal hotel for all visitors in the holy city of Jerusalem. The hotel is located in the city center, just a short walk from the Old City, abundant in important holy sites, colorful markets, and notable historical and cultural attractions.
The Grand Court is a large hotel, featuring 442 luxurious rooms, among them sizable family rooms and specially designed rooms for handicapped guests. In addition, the hotel offers various types of spacious suites, including presidential suites, deluxe suites and junior suites. All new rooms are lavishly furnished and fully equipped with modern amenities.
Hotel guests enjoy meals and drinks in the large, sunlit dining room, on the garden terrace, and in the friendly lounge bar. Shabbat dinner can only be reserved in advance and confirmed by the hotel. The luxurious pool and sundeck, which overlook the Old City, are a hotel highlight. The Grand Court also has a fitness center on the premises.

Grand Beach Tel Aviv

Located in a prime location, the heart of the bustling city of Tel Aviv, the  Grand Beach Hotel offers you spacious rooms, stylish urban design, and the unmatchable sensation of a truly relaxing vacation. Enjoy the warm beaches of Tel Aviv, only a few minutes away from the exciting Carmel Market, prestige restaurants and cafes, leading clubs and bars, shopping and cultural centers, and so much more. Experience the Tel Aviv lifestyle firsthand!
the Grand Beach Hotel offers 212 renovated rooms, with modern design and maximum comfort. Each room is equipped with a mini fridge, LCD television and cable, personal safe and modern amenities. Guests of the hotel are welcome to enjoy the spacious pool and sunbathing area, located on the roof of the hotel, with panoramic view of the beautiful seashore and the urban city.
the Grand Beach Tel Aviv provides its guests with luxurious experiences, from the moment they arrive at the hotel till the moment of departure. The hotel invites you to enjoy our gourmet restaurant and its kosher menu, the lounge bar with refreshing beverages and appetizers, and so much more.

  • Be sure to review your flight number, time and gate terminal before departure.
  • Please remember to attach a luggage tag with your name and (mobile) phone number to each piece of baggage before checking it in at the airport.
  • Please make certain that you have a valid passport for at least six months past your scheduled return date and two blank pages. If your passport will expire within this period, you should apply for a new passport a couple of months prior to your trip.
  • Please do not forget your passport and flight tickets.
  • Please pack medications in your carry-on bag and not checked luggage.
  • Please do not pack the following in your carry on: cosmetics, creams, liquids (even in a closed bottle), scissors (of any size), nail file, knives (of any sort), and tweezers.
  • Recommended to write down your credit card number, telephone number of your credit card company and/or number to cancel/replace stolen/lost cards) and Make a photocopy of your passport’s identification page
  • Recommended to photocopy all of your important documents- flight tickets, passports, prescription medications, all credit/debit cards, driver’s license/ID cards. Keep them separate from the original when you travel. For added security, leave a photocopy with a friend or relative at home. This will expedite matters if you lose your passport. If you do lose your passport, you will have to go to your consulate or embassy (which closes on the weekends). To avoid a major hassle, keep your passport in a safe place on your person, or locked in your hotel safe.

 

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